I was a very heavy user of Turbo Pascal for CP/M and DOS, from the very first 1.0 release in 1983. Recently I was delighted to discover the Free Pascal project, which continues the Turbo Pascal tradition. Many of my old Turbo Pascal programs still compile and run with Free Pascal.
Here are some useful goodies for Free Pascal.
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I am available for custom system development (hardware and software) of embedded systems products using Free Pascal.